Profile

HATOOKA Keita

Associate Professor, School of Science and Technology,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Modern literature, cultural theory

Research themes:

Cultural research related to written expression centered on Thomas Pynchon, an American experimental novelist

Main books and papers:
◆“Eiga gensakuha no tame no adaptation nyumon: Fitzgerald kara Pynchon made” (Introduction to adaptations for those who prefer the origin of movies: from Fitzgerald to Pynchon) Sairyusha (2017)
◆“Rocket no shogo wo matteiru” (Waiting for the rocket’s noon) Minato No Hito (2016)
◆“Ranobe no naka no gendai nihon: pop, botchi, nostalgia” (Modern Japan in light novels: pop, loner, nostalgia) Kodansha Gendai Shinsho (2013)
◆“Dobutsu towa ‘dare’ ka? Bungaku, shigaku, shakaigaku tono taiwa” (“Who” is animal? A conversation with literature, poetry, and sociology) Suiseisha (2012)
◆“Contents hihyo ni mirai ha aruka” (Is there a future for content criticism) Suiseisha (2011)
◆“Pynchon no dobutsuen” (Pynchon’s Menagerie) Suiseisha (2011)
◆“Open Space-America: kouya kara hajimaru kankyo hyosho bunkaron” (Open Space-America: Wilderness, Post-western, and Ecocriticism) Sayusha (2009)